Additional District and Sessions Judge Safdar Bhatti issued the order on a petition, which accused Meera and her husband Captain Navid Shahzad of "committing a sin" by filming their sexual act. The couple is accused of spreading obscenity in society and hurting Islam.

The alleged sex video featuring Meera and her husband sparked a controversy in the country when it was uploaded on the Internet a couple of months ago. The video had been uploaded by unidentified persons on several websites. The private MMS clip went viral on the net where she was seen doing some intimate scenes with her husband.

Although Meera claimed that it was a fake video, her husband said there was no point in making the video controversial since they are a couple.

"We are a couple and those making hue and cry over video should stop propagating against us," he said.
Reportedly, the telecommunication authority of Pakistan has removed all the links of the footage from the websites.


Latest Newsfrom Entertainment News Desk